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This book contains all the information a network administrator needs to know about choosing, administering, and deploying a firewall.
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A statement of the Internet security problem and some solutions to it, Firewalls: A Complete Guide gauges the vulnerability of a typical Internet-connected network and shows how various kinds of firewalls can reduce the threat from outside. The result is informative; this resource will help you figure out what kind of firewall will do an adequate job for the smallest investment of time and money. Marcus Goncalves is known for the depth of his research and his detail-rich writing style--traits he exhibits here. You'll likely find support for a good network security plan in his book.
If you've never worked much with network security before, you'll be happy with (and probably terrified by) the security holes the author highlights, as well as the background information he provides on cryptography and other security technologies. Experienced hands will be more impressed by Goncalves's roundup of commercial firewall products (including Check Point Firewall-1, Sun Microsystems SunScreen, and more than a dozen others). The product profiles are more of a features comparison than a series of how-to guides, and you'll probably wish for pricing information, but the profiles ought to help you decide which products to investigate more closely. --David Wall
Topics covered: Internet connectivity, and the security risks posed by making Internet services available to users of a secure network (including specific security risks in Java, ActiveX, and other programming architectures). There's coverage of how a firewall fits into a comprehensive security strategy, and how to select a commercial firewall package.About the Author:
Marcus Gonclaves (Boston, MA) holds an MS in CIS and has several years of internet-working consulting experience in the IS&T arena. He is a Senior IT Analyst for Automation Research Corporation, advising manufacturers on IT, industry automation and Internetworking security. He has taught several workshops and seminars on IS and Internet security in the U.S. and internationally. Gonclaves is also a regular contributor for several magazines such as BackOffice Developer's and WEBster, as well as the Chief Editor for the Journal of Internet Security.
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